THE SACKVILLE CHILDREN AFTER JOHN HOPNER

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THE SACKVILLE CHILDREN AFTER JOHN HOPNER

The children of the third Duke of Dorset were painted at Knole, the Sackville family seat. They are (left to right): Lady Mary Sackville (1792–1864); the Duke's only son, Lord Middlesex (1793–1815), later fourth Duke of Dorset; and Lady Elizabeth Sackville (1795–1870). The picture was exhibited in 1797 under the title "Portraits of a nobleman's children." The pose of the boy derives from a famous portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein. Oil on Canvas after John Hoppner Original in Metropolitan Museum, New York

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Frame Height: 166cm / 65.25''
Frame Width: 136cm / 53.50''
Price: £3,950

Inventory Code: BLA-11411
Dealer: Blanchard

THE SACKVILLE CHILDREN AFTER JOHN HOPNER

The children of the third Duke of Dorset were painted at Knole, the Sackville family seat. They are (left to right): Lady Mary Sackville (1792–1864); the Duke's only son, Lord Middlesex (1793–1815), later fourth Duke of Dorset; and Lady Elizabeth Sackville (1795–1870). The picture was exhibited in 1797 under the title "Portraits of a nobleman's children." The pose of the boy derives from a famous portrait of Henry VIII by Hans Holbein. Oil on Canvas after John Hoppner Original in Metropolitan Museum, New York

Frame Height: 166cm / 65.25''
Frame Width: 136cm / 53.50''
Price: £3,950

Inventory Code: BLA-11411
Dealer: Blanchard

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